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Macy's, Johnson & Johnson Sign On as Major Sponsors of ABC's 'American Idol' (EXCLUSIVE)

“American Idol” will swap out Coca-Cola’s red cups for Macy’s red star in a new era of advertising associated with the show when it reboots on ABC. 959 more words



In the fall of 1982, seven people in Chicago’s West Side died after taking Extra-Strength Tylenol capsules that had been laced with cyanide. When the deaths were linked to Tylenol, executives at Johnson & Johnson were faced with a monumental choice: shirk responsibility and assert that the tampering had occurred after the product had reached store shelves, or hold themselves accountable for the entire disaster and take drastic steps to restore trust in their brand and their company. 578 more words


One-Time Tax Charge Affected Bottomline: Johnson & Johnson

Growth in business still observable despite some declining pharmaceutical products

Shares of Johnson & Johnson or JNJ, $348 billion healthcare company, recently fell more than 12% from its all-time highs and now traded at $129.53/share. 346 more words

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The Dangers Of Talc: Is Baby Powder Secretly Harming Your Child?

Ah, the smell of baby powder. With its distinct fragrance and nostalgic scent, it can make diaper duty that much more enjoyable. Plus, it helps keep your baby’s bottom rash free. 362 more words


Who? What? Wear! #8

This is my first Who? What? Wear! of the year as I’ve been working hard preparing for the year ahead and then had a horrible bout of tonsillitis that saw me in bed with a fever for 4 days solid so I was gagging to get out of the house and get back to some normality! 730 more words

Johnson & Johnson Faces 2nd Trial in NJ Over Mesothelioma Claims

Johnson & Johnson is facing its second trial in New Jersey over claims that their talc powder products caused one man to develop mesothelioma.

Stephen Lanzo of Verona, New Jersey, says his use of Johnson & Johnson baby powder exposed him to asbestos and caused him to… 294 more words


Talcum Powder Updates

A case involving 21 ovarian cancer victims is set to go to trial in the City of St. Louis June 5th. Our next trial is set for September.  162 more words